Oklahoma’s latest drilling permits show exploration will range from the western reaches of the Panhandle to the southern part of the state.
Grand Mesa Operating Company obtained a permit to drill on land owned by the State Land Commission in Cimarron County at 04 5N 4E. The Iron Jacket #1-4 is at a site northwest of Boise City and its permit indicated it was an amended report adding the soil farming permit number.
Duncan Oil Properties Incorporated obtained a permit to recomplete the Ginger #1-11 well located at 11 14N 18W in Custer County. The well is located northwest of Custer City.
A permit to drill was obtained by Continental Resources Inc. for a site in Love County. The Aurora #1-15-10XHW is located northwest of Marietta at 15 6S 2W. The amended permit included a change of the well name.
A northern Oklakhoma permit to drill was awarded Trans Pacific Oil Corporation which intends to drill the Catherine A. SWDW #2-35 at 35 29N 13W which is a site northeast of Alva and only four miles from the state line with Kansas.